The California Military Department is committed to
maintaining a positive work environment that is productive and free from
discrimination and bias. Leaders are responsible for ensuring that
all cmd employees receive fair and equitable treatment on the
basis of their capability and merit. Leaders ensure a climate that encourages
employees to freely identify and report injustices and discrimination of any
kind, without the threat of intimidation or reprisal.
California Military Department (CMD) Equal Opportunity Office serves all State
Active Duty (SAD) service members and State Civil Service (SCS) employees
throughout the state. The CMD attracts, appoint and retain qualified individuals
with the requisite skills, education, and experience from the available
population consistent with Federal, State, CMD and Department of Personnel
Administration requirements and guidelines.
NGR(AR) 600-22/NGR(AF) 30-3 establishes EO policies and procedures for filing, processing, investigation, settling, and adjudicating military discrimination complaints in the Army and Air National Guard, prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender (to include sexual harassment), national origin, and reprisal for having participated in a protected equal opportunity activity.
NGR(AR)690-600/NGR(AF)40-1614 Volume II establishes EEO policies and procedures for filing, processing, investigation, settling, and adjudicating technician discrimination complaints in the Army and Air National Guard, prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, and age.